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Our Team

CCI Consulting - Group

PRINCIPALS

Sharon Imperiale
President / Owner 

Joe Dougherty
Executive Vice President / Owner

SENIOR LEADERSHIP

Brian Clapp
Chief Operating Officer

Marie Killian
Vice President Human Resource Consulting Practice Leader

Mary A. Riccobono
Vice President Talent Acquisition and Talent Development Practice Leader

Mike McDannell
Senior Vice President / Organizational Effectiveness Practice Leader

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT /
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES

Jim Clontz

Joseph Dougherty III

Anne Dunn

Dan Haneman

Susan McDonald

Mark Mulligan

Lauri Ann Plante

CONSULTANTS

Eric Bergstrom PhD

Kathy Boger

Pat Comfort

José Cox

Michael Cuff

Barry Davis

Joan Engel

Susan Foy Hugo

Christa Hurchalla

Sue Grasso

Marjorie Hart

Adena Johnston

Marlyn Kalitan 

James Lombardo

Ted Lyon

Sue McKelvey-Goggins

John McGrath

Meg McGrath

Andrea Merrick

Karen Stone Mickool

Frank Perras

Gayle Peterson

Ed Samuel

Sarah Weisenberger, SPHR

Beverly Williams

Maureen Yanoshik

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